Yesterday (the day before LP’s last concert of her European tour) LP spent more than two hours at the Discoteca Laziale store, where she met with her fans. This meeting certainly brought back memories (and a tear to my eye) of my very own meeting with LP back in January 2017 in Empik store in our capital city.
Yesterday’s meeting was organized by LP’s Italian label, Energy Production Srl in collaboration with Sony and Discoteca Laziale. That’s why you could spot in the crowd Dario Raimondi Cominesi, her Italian label representative. Movie posted below is courtesy of LP Italia Fanclub, shared via Instagram.
LP Italia Fanclub kindly wrote few words about this meet & greet: “LP arrived around 17:30 and made an interview first, then she came to the store at around 18.00 and stayed till 20.00. 2 full hours without any break for her. She stayed till the last album was signed, smiling and caring of everybody.”
“There were around 150 people, including members of our fanclub. Also our staff has been able to stay behind the scenes and make live direct & take pics etc. It was a really special event, because LP cares of every fan ❤️.” Thank you girls, I saw your live feed & some videos posted by LP fans, I think my favourite one remains this one shared by Ruxa.
Ruxa (@lps_romanian_fan): “LP, your kindness is out of this world. You definitely know how to get us high! My dream came true. I SANG WITH HER! THANK YOU SO MUCH, boo boo for those magical minutes! I was so freaking stoned and nervous but you made it happen! 😄 I’m so lucky I just can’t believe! Love you and see you tomorrow! 💜.”
Is there any other artist so kind, thoughtful, compassionate and caring about her fans? No idea, but LP certainly knows how to make everyone feel special, one of a kind and unique. LP thank you so much for all the emotions and for being You. We will all miss you terribly, but we’ll see each other again, someday…
Anna from Poland. I have been a blogger for a long time, but more in a royal field. Since 'meeting' LP through her music and as a person, a lot has changed. If I'm not working on my blog, I work as a teacher. I love to travel, read & dance. I sing & play uke when no one listens. Music was always a big part of my life.